It's hard to work out who's having more fun at Harvard University's annual Hasty Pudding ceremony – honoree Julianne Moore or her drag queen companions.
The actress giggled through the proceedings when she was picked by the famed institution's theatrical society as their woman of the year.
In one of the more unusual commitments of her career, the 50-year-old performed a series of hilarious skits with the students.
She was called upon to "silence" a lamb – a reference to her role in Hannibal.
The horror film is a sequel to Anthony Hopkins' flick Silence of the Lambs.
Her last task was to make Virgina Woolf laugh – by chasing and tickling a student dressed as the celebrated author.
The sketch was a nod to Julianne's role in The Hours - a medidation on the writer's life and work.